I want to welcome you to the official website of the Green Brook Republican Party and express my sincere appreciation for your interest in our party, along with its office-holders and candidates. Green Brook has a long and proud history of good, common-sense, fiscally conservative local government. I am proud that Republicans have played a huge role in shaping Green Brook into the attractive, first-rate community we have today.
Green Brook would not be the wonderful place it is without the tireless efforts of the Republican Township Committee members, Mayor Jim Van Arsdale, Deputy Mayor Jim Benscoter, Jerry Searfoss and Nancy Stoll.
Good effective Government doesn’t just happen. It is built through the hard work of dedicated elected officials who are connected to the community. Green Brook remains the fine community it is due to the effective Republican leadership that has governed our township over the years.
On behalf of the members of the Green Brook's Republican Party, I thank you for your interest in learning more about us, and appreciate your support.
John M. Lore
Republican Municipal Chairman, Township of Green Brook
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